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The presidential communications equipment under Barack Obama

Over the past five years, a range of articles on this weblog covered the secure and non-secure phones used by president Barack Obama, whether in the White House, at his Summer residence or aboard Air...

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The 5-year anniversary of this weblog

Today is the 5-year anniversary of this weblog, so this time we will look back at the main developments and the highlights from the 108 articles that have been published here so far.The very first...

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Trump's "beautiful" Oval Office phones and what was changed on them

On January 20, businessman Donald J. Trump became the 45th president of the United States. In the Oval Office he found telephone sets for both secure and non-secure calls, which were installed under...

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Mysterious devices in Trump's pop-up situation room

Last Thursday, April 6, the United States conducted airstrikes against Syria and president Trump received a briefing on this attack at his Mar-a-Lago estate in West Palm Beach, Florida. The next day,...

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The equipment aboard an EP-3E electronic surveillance plane

Since the start of the Snowden-revelations in 2013, many people got the impression that the US National Security Agency (NSA) mainly intercepts the communications of ordinary citizens. In reality, the...

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Dutch-Russian cyber crime case reveals how the police taps the internet

About how signals intelligence agencies, like NSA and GCHQ, are intercepting communications, we learned a lot from the Snowden revelations, the German parliamentary inquiry, but also from new...

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Dutch report provides metadata numbers to compare with Snowden documents

Since the Snowden revelations, we know that signals intelligence agencies are trying to acquire large sets of telephone metadata in order to analyse them in support of protecting their national...

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Do NSA compliance reports point to an unknown classification compartment?

(UPDATED August 14, 2017) On July 12, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) published two Top Secret NSA compliance reports, which were obtained after declassification under the Freedom Of...

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Are the Shadow Brokers identical with the Second Source?

What a lot of people don't know, is that a range of classified documents from the NSA were never attributed to Edward Snowden, which means that there was at least one other leaker inside the...

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The hotline between Washington and the former German capital Bonn

Today, it's the German Unity Day or Tag der Deutschen Einheit, which commemorates the anniversary of the reunification of East and West Germany in 1990.In recent years, Germany's relationship with the...

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Trump's communications equipment outside the White House

On the fourth Thursday of November, Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day and one of the traditions is that the US president addresses members of the military services that are deployed abroad....

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Section 702 FAA expires: what are the problems with PRISM and Upstream?

(Updated: January 2, 2018) Two important NSA programs, PRISM and Upstream, are based upon section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act (FAA), a law that was originally scheduled to expire today. Now the US...

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The hotlines between North and South Korea

(Updated: February 17, 2018) The current 2018 Winter Olympics, held in PyeongChang, South Korea, led to a charm offensive by neighbouring North Korea, which included the reopening of a border hotline...

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No evidence for circular exchange of data

Waar komt het idee van een U-bochtconstructie vandaan? Is er ook daadwerkelijk sprake van met invoering van de nieuwe Wiv 2017? In debatten over de nieuwe Wet op de inlichtingen- en veiligheidsdiensten...

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A look at the latest French laws on intelligence collection

For the second time we have an article written in cooperation with the French weblog about intelligence and defence Zone d'Intérêt:IntroductionOver the last year, The French parliament passed new laws...

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Collection of domestic phone records under the USA FREEDOM Act

(Updated: July 15, 2018) One of the most controversial NSA programs revealed by Edward Snowden was the bulk collection of domestic telephone records under the authority of Section 215 of the USA...

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Trump's telephones in the Treaty Room

Under the presidency of Donald Trump, the White House became much less transparant than under previous administrations: most information has been stripped off the White House website and hardly any...

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The GRU close access operation against the OPCW in perspective

Last Thursday, October 4, the Dutch Ministry of Defence held a press conference about how its Military Intelligence and Security Service MIVD had disrupted a spying operation by the Russian military...

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Trump has a new secure phone outside the White House

Last Thursday, Americans celebrated Thanksgiving and traditionally the president addressed members of the military services that are deployed abroad. For Donald Trump it was the second time during his...

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The phones of former FBI Director Robert Mueller

Last Friday, March 22, special counsel Robert S. Mueller ended his investigation on possible Russian influence in the 2016 United States presidential elections.Before he was appointed special counsel...

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